The Permaculture Podcast

    1815 – ReGen18 – Stuart Cowan, Director of Regenerative Development for The Capital Institute

    In this short interview David Bilbrey, co-host of The Permaculture Podcast and founder of sits down for an in-person interview with Stuart Cowan, recorded at the ReGen18 conference in May 2018.


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    Stuart holds a Ph.D. in Complex Systems, a form of applied mathematics, from the University of California, Berkeley, and uses that background to look for the underlying principles needed to create regenerative economies across local bioregions all the way up to the global biosphere. Stuart explored this emergence in his role as the Director of Regenerative Development at The Capital Institute.

    David and Stuart use this time together to look at what is emerging from the R&D of The Capital Institute and other regenerative economic projects.

    Find out more about the work he and David discussed at and in the Resources section below.

    With his interest in the intersection of business and permaculture, David plans to have a longer follow-up interview with Stuart and the other speakers he met at ReGen18 in the future so if you have any questions you would like to hear in one of those conversations, get in touch:

    Call: 717-827-6266
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    The Permaculture Podcast
    P.O. Box 16
    Dauphin, PA 17018

    From here, the next regular episode is a conversation with Victoria Redhed Miller on the legality of craft distilling, on May 27th for Patreon supporters, and May 30th around the world.

    Until then, spend each day creating the world you want to live in, by taking care of Earth, yourself, and each other.

    Capital Institute
    The Regenerative Framework
    Beyond Sustainability: The Road to Regenerative Capitalism
    John Fullerton: The Emergence of Regenerative Capitalism
    Lopez Community Land Trust
    The Democracy Collaborative
    Niagra Share


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